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Journal Entry text/texmacsWomen’s health and dietary supplements
Military Health System has designated October as Women’s Health Awareness month. Find out how dietary supplements play a role in a women’s life.
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Journal EntryDMAA list update for October 2012
HPRC’s latest review of DMAA-containing products shows that 89 have been discontinued or reformulated since the list was first compiled nine months ago.
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Journal EntryEnergy drinks and service members
Energy drink consumption among service members may lead to sleep issues.
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Journal Entry C headerCaffeine in supplements – how much?
Some of the most popular dietary supplements sold on military bases may give inaccurate—or no—information about caffeine content on their labels.
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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meQuestions about C4 Extreme?
Will C4 Extreme cause you to “pop positive” on a drug test? Read the OPSS FAQ to find out the answer.
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Journal EntryDMAA products continue to dwindle
HPRC has updated its list of DMAA-containing products, showing that 20 more products have been discontinued or reformulated to exclude the ingredient.
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Journal Entry Octet StreamFDA Warns Consumers about DMAA
FDA urges consumers to check all dietary supplement product labels to ensure they do not contain the illegal stimulant DMAA.<br />
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Journal Entry chemical/x-gaussian-logFDA warns: DMAA in dietary supplements now illegal
FDA urges consumers to check all dietary supplement product labels to ensure they do not contain the illegal stimulant DMAA.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDendrobium in dietary supplement products
&nbsp;What is dendrobium, and why is it being used in dietary supplement products?
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Journal Entry text/texmacsWhat’s the “evidence” behind sports performance products?
Many advertisers of dietary supplements and other sports-related products make claims of enhanced performance and recovery, but a recent review found that the current evidence supporting these claims is mostly insufficient.
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